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For public defender who follows the case of indigenous, prison made last week is full of irregularities.
Understand the context that allowed the Ibama decision to cancel the largest hydroelectric plan in Brazil
Fires raging across Amazonia could reach unprecedented levels by October if authorities do not clamp down on the practice of starting them in order to clear and maintain pastureland, according to Alberto Setzer, coordinator of fire monitoring at Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research (INPE). The number of fire outbreaks nationwide is already 57% higher […]
Indigenous, riverine and activists come together in the third edition of the expedition by the Volta Grande do Xingu River, directly affected by Belo Monte dam, in Brazil.
Arrival of more tourists to Manaus, in Brazil, due to the football matches of the Olympic Games, increases demand for interaction with dolphins and concerned environmental agencies
The director of Andes Amazon Fund analyzes and highlights the successes and failures of the government is ending and notes with concern the proposals of the government that is about to begin.
The leader was arbitrarily arrested by the Federal Police in peaceful demonstration in defense of the health of Lower Tapajós River indigenous.
Designed to be an effective environmental regulation instrument, the Rural Environmental Registry in Brazil is used by squatters and gangs who profit from illegal logging,
Recommendations by the Federal Public Ministry, the indigenous agency (FUNAI) and technicians of the environmental agency paralyze the construction of the hydroelectric powerplant project planned for the Tapajós river.